In this episode of the Anthropology in Business podcast, Lianne Potter speaks with Matt Artz about her career as a business anthropologist. The conversation covers Lianne’s journey from studying anthropology to self-learning software engineering and working in cyber security as the Head of SecOps for Asda.
About Lianne Potter
Lianne Potter is an award-winning security transformation manager, change-maker, tech founder, digital anthropologist, and tech diversity and inclusion advocate. She is the Head of SecOps for Asda and also the founder of The AnthroSecurist.
Lianne’s passion is to ensure that the tech we use is as secure as possible while, at the same time, removing barriers for those who create it and fostering environments for innovation and growth. Lianne evangelizes a cultural security transformation that begins with embedding values that never compromise or neglect the human experience. Her mantra is: When you follow the cables, behind every piece of tech is a person, consumer, and creator, and we should never lose sight of this.